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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plumwood

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    Population Density 1,687/sq mi

    #1 Hilliard

    This dog-friendly city is located 19 miles from Plumwood, and is home to The Heritage Trail Dog Park. This off-leash, fenced dog park has two separate areas for small and large breeds, and plenty of room for canine friends to romp and run around! Pet parents can relax on a shaded bench. Agility equipment and sprinklers add to the off-leash fun! Or you can hit the walking trails for a casual, on-leash stroll. Drinking water is available, as well as a hose to wash the grass and dirt out of your pal’s fur. Your best buddy won’t want to leave this pawesome park!
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    Population Density 5,773/sq mi

    #2 Shady Lane

    The Big Walnut Dog Park is about half an hour from Plumwood, but the drive is well worth it for this furrific off-leash park! Your pal is free to explore all the territory in one of two sections based on his size. You’ll also find a pond here, which your best fur-iend would surely love to splash in! Don’t fur-get to bring drinking water, waste bags, and towels if you plan to let your pooch swim. Although it’s a little bit of a drive from Plumwood, this pawesome park is worth every mile!
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    Population Density 2,601/sq mi

    #3 Harrison West

    Wheeler Memorial Dog Park, located in Columbus’ Harrison West neighborhood, is a clean, well-maintained park that has plenty of space for your pup to play and make new fur-iends! Here, you’ll find plenty of seating where you can relax and watch your pup play in the fenced area. In the summer months, water is provided, but it’s wise to bring some extra just in case. Since the dog park is pretty large, it’s suitable for social dogs or those who prefer to play on their own. Your pooch won’t want to leave this pawesome park!
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    Population Density 1,421/sq mi

    #4 Westerville

    Hankering for a hike with your hound? Hop in the car and head 36 miles from Plumwood to Westerville, where you’ll find the Genoa Trail. This trail used to be an old rail line that’s now a walking trail, thanks to the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. This 4-mile trail is well-shaded, making it pawfect to hike in summer. Be careful, though -- the trail surface is asphalt, which may get too hot for your pooch’s paws in hot weather. Don’t fur-get water and waste bags!
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    Population Density 2,601/sq mi

    #5 Brewery District

    Just outside Columbus’ Brewery District, you’ll find a park worth barking about -- Scioto Audobon Dog Park! This off-leash park has plenty of room for your pup to run, romp, and play in one of two separate areas based on dog size. You can relax on one of the benches here while you watch your furry friend play. If all that running around made your bellies growl, head into the Brewery District, which has several dog-friendly restaurants to choose from! Just be sure to keep your pup on a leash at the outdoor seating areas.
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